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FXGfr snS PROVO -r(UTAHy -EVENDCr HEKAfcD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBERS ;17&9&T; 1 1 : . i r rv-.-i- FAIR WINNERS ARE ANNOUNCED :. .. ' v. . , i . (Continued from Paw One) once," she sait rTne judges of these exhibits certainly have a difficult task before them." Flower Section Swamped William Andrews, head of the flori cultural department, was swamped with entries. A large section of the exhibit space was decorated with beautiful, fragrant flowers of many varieties. Mr. . Andrews was still engaged in the task of tabulating winners -to day. American Fork, featuring its poultry industry, was adjudged winner of the Class A, community exhibit contest. Hundreds of eggs formed a huge star in the center of an array of corn, potatoes, pota-toes, cabbage, celery, etc. Placing second . to American Fork were Spanish Fork and Springville, tied. Orem Is Winner Orem won the class B prize with a splendid exhibit of peaches, plums, melons, grapes and other products. White onions in a blue field of plums spelled out "Orem, Utah." Lehi with its exhibit, "The American Flag" was second-Winner second-Winner of class C was Mapleton, ft TOO LATE FOR I CLASSIFICATION I c FOR RENT FURNISHED 2 ROOM mod. apt. 314 West 4th South. s23 3 RM. mod. apt. 112 East Center. Phone 151. s20 FOR RENT UNFURNISHED 3 RM. and 2 rm. mod. apts. Near Y. Inq. 255 S. 6 W. after 6. s20 OR partly furn. 3 rms., private bath. 387 E. 5 N. Ph. 1143J. s23 FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS QT. fruit bottles. 40c doz. Spring flower bulbs. 150 N. 1 EL sl9 LOST LADIES' Clinton wrist watch at Penney's. Reward, return to Penney's. s23 FOR SALE CARS 29 FORD with pickup box. $50. 313 E. 1st South. sl9 PIANO INSTRUCTION PIANO lessons. Piano for rent. Prof. S. W. Williams. Ph. 940R. ol6 SALESMEN WANTED v PERMANENT position open in Utah Co. with "Wear Ever" Aluminum company. Age 25 to 40. Good education. Car necessary. neces-sary. Selected training given man. Apply in person Saturday 7-9 p. m. only. Roberts Hotel. F. F. Smith. sl7 RE-SHINGLE RIGHT OVER YOUR OLD SHINGLES Economical and. durable job. See us for Estimates. Mutual Goal St Lumber Co. with a fruit and vegetable-display centered by a. body of opiums and grapes. . ,Salem and Genola placed second and third, respect ively. ProvO ijcity did not compete a the community exhibit. However, several departments, including police and fire, entered exhibits which attracted the eye of every spectator. Forest Exhibit A score of Provo business and industrial firms had splendid displays dis-plays which drew comments from the hundreds of spectators. A mountain, scene showing the vast recreational value of the canyons can-yons was depicted in an exhibit by the Uinta forest service. The hobby department featuring featur-ing individual creations such as wooden shoes, knives, radios, wooden wood-en cars of miniature size, leather bags, portrait mouldings, etc., was an attraction for many. Women's Work In the women's department, fine crochet needlework was exhibited in doilies, baby sets, luncheon sets, curtains, table cloths, quilts, dresses and rugs. Floyd Sorenson. Pleasant Grove, who was disabled in an accident some time ago, displayed several beautiful rugs he had woven with deft, expert fingers. Professor B. F. Larsen, judge of the art department exhibits, found Quality of the paintings very high-Georgiana high-Georgiana Johnson was declared winner of the original painting contest. TEe winning painting was of a mountain scene. Flora D. Fisher won second Dlace. Hat- tie Conover and Howard Kearns tied for third. Edgar M. Jensen won the water color contest with a mountain scene. Glenn Turner and Hattle conover placed second and third respectively. Four-H club exhibits were far better than in past years. County Agent S. R. Boswell stated The Springville 4-H stock Judging team won contest honors, earning the right to participate in the state fair. Winning Team The winning team was composed of Keith Boyer, LaMar Boyer, Lrant Bartholomew and William Brown Thev scored 945 out of a possible 1000 points. Second was Lake Shore with Barney A vle. Joe Bellows, Leon Bellows and Jay Argyie as the team members. Thev third with 900 tallies. Draayers Sweep Contests The John Draayer family of Clinton carried away top honors in the horse-pulling contest, winning win-ning all three first places and one third. John Draayer's 3660-pound team a sorrell and a black, won first place in the heavyweight contest, pulling 3100 pounds on the dyno-meter dyno-meter 17 feet 7 inches. J. M. Richie of Charleston drove his team of blacks to second place They lifted the 3100 weight 14 feet 10 inches. Adren Draayer of Clinton placed third. In the middleweight class Jack Draayer's team won, pulling the 2500-pound weight 27 feet. Dean Hales. Redmond, and Arch Peterson, Peter-son, Woods Cross, placed second and. third, respectively. The lightweight prize was captured cap-tured by Kelly Draayer, whose 2650-pound team lifted the 2500 Obituaries Saturday Special Factory Purchase SALE! 175 New Fall DRESSES Reg. $5.95 and $7.95 FACTORY CLOSEOUT $3.98 and $.9S Swing Skirts and Gone With the Wind. . . All Styles and Colors. You'll Want Two at This Price! Gloria Shop 66 NORTH UNIV. AVE. 302 West Center Street SATURDAY DRUG SPECIALS! U. B. Aspirin Tablets, doz.. 8 McKesson'a Mineral Oil, pte 49 Alka-Seltzer, 60c size- 39c McKcteson Milk of Blag. Toot Paste, 25c size, 2 for ... .83 Dr. West Tooth Brash, 50o McKesson. Calox -Tooth Paate . SOoLJM). Value for ....59c FOUNTAIN gERVICE Free;Afternoon Delivery 8qoibba Mineral OIL pints 59 McKesson's Bathing- Alcohol, 29c Pablom, 50c-size .........39c Bayer Aspirin, 100s . .... 59c Fitch Dandruff Remover 75c Fitch Cold Cream, 50tv BOTH; for 69c PRESCRIPTIONS - - --PHONE 150 CRACK RIDERS IN PROVO RODEO DEATH CLAIMS AGED RESIDENT Mrs. Anna Katherine Hansen, 78, a resident of Provo for the past 44 years, died at 2 p. m. Thursday of causes incident to her advanced acre. Mrs. Hansen was bom in Alf s-borgs, s-borgs, Sweden, Feb. 28, 1859, a daughter of Anders Magnus. Anderson An-derson and Maria Greta Anderson. She was married to Peter Anton Hansen Feb. 14, 1886, at Fried rickstead, Norway, residing there until, they moved to Utah. In the year 1892, she and her husband Joined the LDS. church, and in that same year, built for the use of the church in Fredrick- stad, a meeting house in which the saints could hold their services; serv-ices; also, living quarters for the missionaries. They emigrated to Utah in the summer of 1893, settling in Provo, whree she had since resided in the Fifth ward until 1900, and since then in the Fourth ward. Her husband passed away Oct. 19, 1910. Mrs. Hansen had been active in the Relief Society, having been a teacher for many years. Surviving are seven sons, Andrew An-drew M., Salt Lake City; Hans C, Las Vegas, Nev.; Carl R., Henry W.; and Elmer T., Provo; John T., Ely, Nev., and Fred W., Rigby, Idaho; two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Car-rie Starbuck, Salt Lake City, and Mrs. Ethel Bixby, Denver, Colo. Also, 13 grandchildren and two great grandchildren; a brother and sister, residing in Fredrick staad, Norway. Funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock Sunday in the Fourth ward chapel. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary Saturday evening, eve-ning, and at the home, 45 West First North, Sunday from 11 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. Burial will be in the Provo City burial park. Benjamin J. Hansen SPANISH DRK Benjamin J. Hansen. 80. died at his home here Wednesday night of causes incident inci-dent to age. Born in Spanish Fork, Sept. 20, 1856, he had lived here all his life. His parents were James and Caroline Caro-line Knudsen Hansen. He followed the trade of shoe repairing. He was a half-brother of Elias Hansen, former justice of the Utah supreme court. Other half-brothers and half-sisters surviving are Erastus Hansen. Palmyra; Jacob A., Al. J.. Ephraim, Jack and Isaac Hansen. Mrs- Sarah Swenson and Miss Tenna Bradford, Spanish Fork; Dan and Ezra Hansen, Idaho; Abe Hansen, Salt Lake City; Mrs. Charles Alleman and Mrs. Catherine Anderson. Springville; Spring-ville; Mrs. Nora Shoemaker, Mrs. Sena Anderson and Mrs. Dora Bradford, California. The body is at the Wheeler mortuary at Springville. It will be brought to Spanish Fork Saturday Sat-urday morning and funeral services serv-ices will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. at the Fourth L. D. S-ward S-ward chapel by Bishop David B. Bo wen. Interment will be in Spanish Fork city cemetery. weight 22 feet 7 inches. Second was Dave Howard, Woods Cross, and third place was won by Dean Peterson, Salem. Prizes of $25, $15 and $10 were awarded winners in each class. A sizable crowd attended, and applauded the efforts of th willing and well-trained horses. Judges in many contests were still pondering today to determine winners. Thousands of people are continuing to attend the fair, and before Saturday night approximately approxi-mately 20.000 .are expected to -tc wimessea tne exhibit (Continued from Page One) contest, Jones De' Arman (33); Cecil Jones (38); Weldon Bas-com Bas-com (27); Duward Ryon (32); Smoky Snyder (23); Eari Bacom (26); Terry Lockyer (35). Event. No. 5 Trick and Fane) roping, Vern Goodrich, Burbank, Calif., Hank Durnell, Hollywood, Calif. Event No. 4 Cowboys championship cham-pionship calf roping contest. Allen Al-len Holder (51); Richard Merchant Mer-chant (46); Orville Thomas (40); Charles Lyne ' (30) ; Lonnie Allen (22); I. W. Young (50); Jim Laycock, (39); Jonas De Arman (33); Cleve Kelly (43); Ralph Bennett (45). Event No. 5 Carol Henry and her trained high school horse, "Sweetheart.' Event No. 6 Cowboys championship cham-pionship bronc riding contest with saddles. Jackie Cooper (14) on "Wisdom." Walt Heacock (47) on "Billy Sunday," Weldon Bascom (27) on "Ralph." Eddie Woods (15) on "Hambone." Burel Mul- key (11) on 'May's Beau." Ray Mavity (12) on Chief Tyhee." Event No. 7 California Frank's famous jumping horse "Black Diamond" in a fine act. Event No. 8 Bronc riding (second (sec-ond section). Mick Knight (10) on "Old Faithful." Jackie Cooper (14) on "Sparkplug." Earl Bascom Bas-com (26) on "Rising Sun " Buck Davis (34) on "Three Rivers." Walt Heacock (47) on "Two Bits." Doff Aber (48) on "Wings of the West." Event No. 7 Mamie Francis, world's champion horseback rifle shot. Event No. 10 Cowboys' cham pionship bulldogging contest Tom Hoggan (37); Walt Heacock Hea-cock (47); Herb Dahl (23); Everett Bowman (44) Tom Breed- en (19); Buddy Dix (41) Jonas De Arman (33); Harold Emery (25); Jick Kerscher (17); Ray Mavity (12). Event No. 11 Steve Clemento in an exhibition: of axe and im plement throwing.' , Event. 12 ilas bo Fulkerson and his trained mule, "Joe Penner. Event No. IS Trick and fancy riding Myrtle Compton, Bur bank, Calif; Hank Durnell, Vern Goodrich and Jasbo Fulkerson. Event . No. 14 Cowboys steer riding contest-Duward Ryon -(32) Smoky Snyder v28, . Earl Bascom Lockyer (35), Weldon Bascom (27), Eddie Woods (15). Event No. 15 Jasbo Fulkerson and his Brahma Bull chariot. Insect eggs vary In hatching time from one day, in the Wow-fly, Wow-fly, to nine months, in locusts. reeMenTo FacbfPderal Charge Ralph Myers and Dan and Jack Shea, charged with stealing a car from Duke.Page garage in Payson August 17, were renianded to' the federal authorities and removed to Salt Xake , Citir Thtursday. They will be tried fo breaking tbe Dyer act as well as for stealing .the automobile. ' y - Charles Lloyd, charged with failure to provide, was dismissed in city court Friday because of lack of evidence in the case. Vivian Lloyd signed the complaint com-plaint against him. ;.?'. A WHY -PAY FOR POOR LIGHT? - Wheir You Can Get the Rlklit Kind of - - -3 0 LIGHTING mo AT SUGH LOW PRICES! ? 46 North University Avenue. . Phone 418 Wings of love may win them but Wings of the Morning will hold them. Good Coffee every morning keeps the hearthstone warm. Schilling Coffee One for Percolator anothei one for Drip or Glass Maker. ; AT THE OLD LOW PRICE! Here Is a List of Cars Taken in Prior To the Price Increase: CHEVROLET'S 'SO CHEV 29 CHEV 'SO CHEV '34 CHEV '35 CHEV S1 CHEV S0 CHEV S0 CHEV Coupe $185 Sedan 165 Cab and Box .$145 Sedan ...... ..$475 Coupe $425 Coupe ...... .$250 Sedan .$105 Coach $185 '34 S6 CHEV CHEV '35 CHEV S1 CHEV '86 CHEV '34 CHEV 'SO CHEV 29 CHEV 35 CHEV FORDS Sedan $475 Coupe $565 Coach $495 Panel . ..$145 Town Sedan .$545 Cab and Box .$375 Coach $185 Coupe $145 Cab and Box .$425 29 FORD Coach $150 28 FORD Coupe $135 29 FORD Coach $150 S5 FORD Coupe' t .$495 MISCELLANEOUS 20 OI4S .... C .$150 SO OLDS Coach $175 'SI OLDS Coupe $275 '28 BUICK Coupe .$95 '29 STUDE Sedan $125 '34 PLYMOUTH Sedan .$475 S5 DODGE 1H ton cab .$395 27 CHRYSLER Sedan . . .$95 Our Finance Rates Are the Lowest! - Our Reconditioning Policy is the Best! EVERY DAY A SALE DAY AT WasatACIiiewoletCoo Across tKe Street fronithB Hotel Right now when demand's greatest our stock is most complete and ready! Shoes for mother, dad, sister and brother! broth-er! Styles for work, play or dress! Well made and comfortable! Economical because be-cause they wear longer! Join the happy thousands who have solved their shoe problems at Penney's! Buy now at lower low-er prices at Provo's Friendly Shoe Store! LADIES! 1200 Pair 1937 Style Suede Straps Suede Oxfords Suede Ties Shoes you'll wear for dressy occasions, as well as on the street. Suede with Patent trimming is smart for Fall. Many styles of heels and lasts to assure you a "fit" in your type Shoe. Sizes 4 to 9. Widths AA to C. Shop now for Falls' Newest, at Penney's! To Complement Autumn Costumes OXFORDS ft . " Pair A rare value at this low price. Fine soft suede combined with shiny patent leather and trim-med trim-med with braid stripping. Covered Cov-ered Cuban heel. Comfortable! Dressy and Neat for Everyday! GIRLS9 OISFORBS U2 Pair Suede combined with smooth I leather in a simple, smart de- ' sign. Comfortable for walking, f durable for school and every 23 dav wear. Leather heels. Up-To-The-hiinute Fall Fashion! 4 Comfortable as well as good-looking. good-looking. Smooth velvety suede trimmed in a novel manner with patent leather. Seamed vamp. Covered Cuban beeL A Style That Deserves Its Popularity J A Thrifty Buy for Children! OZ'F.OIS EDS Sizes 8 to 2 Sturdy leather uppers with long-wearing double soles. The markless composition outsoles won't xnar floors. Full drill lined. Durable for everyday. Sensationally Low Priced! Children's H2EGEI '5' OPS Sizes 84 to HJi 51-512) t-3 pair 12 to 2 Sizes $1.29 The double soles mean they wear longer! The markless composition outsoles mean they -- - " mww. wuug slicing J and comfortable for busy feet. Special Selling 800 Pair Girls' GYM SHOES Sizes lVi to 8 Laced clear to the toe so yob can adjust them to fit your foot perfectly Strong canvas up Sms, springy -' rubber soles, dorless InsoJea. A. 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